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Old 04-23-2011, 11:44 PM   #11
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Your LFS might take it in.
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They said no to it so I have it alive in a container don't know what to do other the releases it at the beach
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It might do fine at the beach if you release it into a rocky area, those crabs are very hardy
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It's now living in my qt tank

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Can't catch the other one though
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It might do fine at the beach if you release it into a rocky area, those crabs are very hardy

It's illegal to release any wildlife that's ever been in an aquarium back into the wild. Just a heads up. Turn it into sushi or find someone to keep it for you if you can't keep it.

I'd also get that other crab out asap. It probably can't fit through the bottle...You can go to the bait shop or academy or what have yo uand buy yourself a small plastic minnow trap...that might work.
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It's illegal to release any wildlife that's ever been in an aquarium back into the wild. Just a heads up. Turn it into sushi or find someone to keep it for you if you can't keep it.

I'd also get that other crab out asap. It probably can't fit through the bottle...You can go to the bait shop or academy or what have yo uand buy yourself a small plastic minnow trap...that might work.

Hmm never even thought of that, living in Sk I wouldn't be able to release anything saltwater and have it live haha
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